Fatigue analysis software

  • 14-Aug-2013 11:41 EDT
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The latest release of Safe Technology Ltd’s advanced suite of fatigue analysis software for FE models, fe-safe 6.4, includes a new approach to the fatigue of woven fiber composite materials and usability enhancements, such as support for Abaqus ODB Parts and Instances. The new release also demonstrates continued increases in speed of analyses with the introduction of native 64-bit Windows code. According to the company, fe-safe 6.4 is the first 64-bit release for Microsoft Windows platforms, and the application removes all process memory limits and enables fe-safe to offer consistently faster analysis speeds across all types of analyses. Support for ODB Parts and Instances enables Abaqus users to analyze models with multiple Parts and Instances without the need to flatten and rerun the model. It also enables the retention of assembly details for post-processing, offering solution time benefits and streamlining the FEA fatigue analysis process. 

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